Conversations with Team Fuqua: Duke MBA Marketing Club
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Conversations with Team Fuqua: Duke MBA Marketing Club


– Good morning everyone. My name is Tom and this is McKenzie. We’re here with the Marketing Club and we’re really excited
to talk to you guys about what it’s like to
be on the Marketing Club and what it’s like to
be a marketer at Fuqua. As I mentioned my name’s Tom. I am originally from Boston. Prior to Fuqua I worked at Accenture doing technology consulting. And coming into Fuqua
I was really interested in getting a CPG marketing experience. I had this really strong
curiosity around marketing and decided to go work
at the Hershey company over the summer. I had a great time, tasted
a lot of chocolate for sure and now that we’re going
into our second year, I’ve decided to actually go
work in the tech industry at Dell and happy to talk
more about both of those experiences if you guys
have any questions. – And as Tom mentioned, I’m McKenzie. I am from Richmond, Virginia and prior to Fuqua, I was
working at a consumer insights agency called Collage
Group which is focused on the Hispanic segment in America and wanted to come to Fuqua
because I knew I wanted to do CPG Marketing. I interned this summer at Mars
in their pet care division in Nashville, Tennessee and I absolutely loved
my experience there. So also happy to speak about Mars and that opportunity. And yeah, so now we’re
going to talk a little bit about the Marketing Club. Again, if you guys have any questions, feel free to be typing them in as we go. We’re probably going to save them and answer them at the end. So we wanted to just start
by telling you what we feel the purpose of the Marketing Club is. It’s really three-fold. The first thing that we
do as a Marketing Club is we help First Years
prepare for their interviews. So Tom’s going to talk a
little bit more about that. We also work with both
First Years and Second Years to extend the learning
outside of the classroom. So really helping us all stay
on top of marketing trends and learn from each other
and from outside speakers. Lastly, our third purpose is
that we connect our sponsors with our students, helping
to build those relationships with, as sponsors are looking for interns and full time candidates
and obviously as First Years are looking for, all students
are looking for opportunities. So again, the First Year interview prep, helping students learn
outside the classroom and then third, helping
connect our sponsors and our students. – Yeah so I’m going to
go a little bit deeper into one of the points
McKenzie mentioned around First Year interview prep and just give you a little
highlight into what happens when you get on campus. If you’ve talked to other
folks that have attended Fuqua or other business schools, you’ll tend to hear that the
fall is very overwhelming. There’s a lot of activity that
happens, starting in August all the way through December and one of those key
activities is interview prep. To give you a sense of
just the overall schedule that marketers and other
students tend to go through: September tends to be a time
of information download. You’re going to all these
different types of events, you’re trying to figure
out what you want to do. Early October a lot of
companies will come on campus which we’ll talk more about
and you’ll get to know all these different
companies in different ways, shapes and form. And then most
of November you’re submitting resumes, filling out applications,
and really getting ready for interviews. From the context of the Marketing Club, there’s really two
types of interviews that we’re thinking about. There’s on campus
interviewing which happens mostly in January and then there’s off campus,
which will be spread across the entire spring. Our main program that
helps with interview prep is called MILE and essentially what it
is, is a series of sessions over the course of the fall. There’s three in particular on Saturdays and they focus on different parts of the marketing interview. Our first session tends to be focused on tell me about yourself. There’s a lot of focus at
Fuqua just to get people comfortable with that introduction. Where are you from,
what’s your background, emphasizing why you made
choices that you did. To come to business school and
why you’re making the choice to go into marketing. The second and third session
gets a little bit deeper into the marketing case itself and that’s a focal point of the interview and it’s going to vary
depending on the company but the essence is really
two types of questions. If you are a marketer and you
notice that sales are down or share is down or share is up, like being able to diagnose the problem, understand why it’s happening and provide recommendations
back at the company, real time during that interview process. The second type of
question that is covered is launching a new product. So as you launch a new product, what are some simple
frameworks to think about, to help you answer that question and help articulate how you’re
going to price the product, what distribution channels
are you going to push the product through, like
what is the product itself, what’s the packaging going
to be like and so forth. So that’ll, that’s really
the second question that gets peeled back
during our MILE sessions. I would say throughout the entire fall, as we’re interacting with MILE, there’s another party that’s involved which is the Career Management Center. They do play a critical
role when it comes to interview prep as well and we complement them really well. So they’re going to focus
more generally on the whole student body and they’re
going to provide basic interview tips and
guidelines along the way and then us as a Marketing
Club will supplement that and provide more tailored feedback based off all of our
Second Year experience going through the interview
process last year. I would say the third
critical area as it relates to preparing for interviews is
just the Team Fuqua spirit. There’s a lot of effort
and activity that goes into First Years interacting with Second Years, especially if you’re
on the Marketing Club. Our club is about 30
people within our cabinet and we support and
represent over 200 people throughout Fuqua that have
interests in marketing and there’s just a vibe
that goes around the school where First Years and Second Years spend a lot of time together in the
fall doing coffee chats. So a First Year would
reach out to me and say, hey how was your summer at Hershey and I would share that
experience with them. What did I like, what did I learn, why did I decide to go there and then ultimately
there’s a lot of activity in November/December
around mock interviews. So us as Second Years and
especially being on the club, we’ll meet with a lot of First Years and run them through questions
that we got last year to make sure that they’re
fully prepared for their interviews in January
as well as throughout the rest of the spring. So there’s just a strong
team camaraderie across our Marketing Club but also across Fuqua in and of itself which we
think was especially positive for both of us as we went
through the interview process last year. And it looks like we’re
starting to get questions. I know YouTube was having
some difficulties yesterday so we’ll answer questions
as they’re coming in. – Yeah and just to build on that, I think the last point in
thinking about the interview prep is how we as a club
work with our Career Center. Our Career Center is absolutely fantastic. We have members in the
Career Center who have worked in brand management and
have worked in marketing in the past so we work
very closely with them to make sure that the
efforts and the frameworks that we’re teaching are building
on what they are providing and vice versa and then they offer additional
practice for the students, especially over winter
break when Second Years are off and traveling, they
will be holding mock interviews and kind of stepping in,
helping out a little bit more heavy handed. So again, it’s a very complementary effort and we work closely
with them, in parallel. We both recognize that the
other is very invaluable to First Years especially and so it’s a great relationship
that we build with them. So we’ll have some more questions. I know somebody asked what
types of speakers come in and that actually leads
perfectly into our next section which is how the Marketing
Club helps both First Years and Second Years learn
outside of the classroom. So the biggest initiative that we have and something that I think
really sets Fuqua apart from some other schools
is an initiative called Marketing Mondays. So every Monday we have a
classroom reserved at lunchtime and we bring in a different speaker or we have an opportunity
for Second Years to kind of share experiences with First Years. Some tailored focused conversation
so that both First Years and Second Years are learning. So for example, in the
first half of this year we had a panel of Second
Years talking about their summer experiences in marketing and we made it very purposeful
that it was cross industry so it was tech,
healthcare, medical device, spanned to CPG and to retail,
so it was a great variety and it gave the First
Years an opportunity to see what marketing looks
like across industries and really compare them side by side in a condensed way. So that’s just one example
of something that we had in Fall 1. In Fall 2, we have a great
set of speakers lined up. The first speaker after
fall break is a man named Greg Kihlström. He wrote a book on branding
and so he’s going to speak to us about how big brands
can connect directly with consumers which is
of growing importance and something that we all
need to be paying attention to more as marketers. We also have speakers
like the CEO and founder of the Mom Complex who, the
Mom Complex is an ad agency and innovation agency catered to moms and so she’s going to talk
about her experience launching that company and also talk
about consumer insights that we all need to understand
in appealing to moms. We also have speakers from
Tyson Foods, SAP, Deloitte. Great opportunities to
learn from industry experts and leaders. Help us all stay on
top of marketing trends and then help elevate the
learning outside of the classroom. And what’s fantastic too,
is we have so many speakers who reach out to professors
who want to engage with them and the
professors’ schedules often or their classroom’s
calendar are pretty booked and we have a fantastic
relationship with our professors. They often send us speakers who they can’t fit into their calendar but would be fantastic
opportunities for the club. So we work very closely
with our professors. We also have different
series where we learn from our professors
outside of the classroom. For example, Professor
Christine Moorman leads the marketing journal and The CMO Survey, and she’s going to be leading
a workshop for us this year where we digest some of the
content in The CMO Survey and have different
brainstorming and workshops about what the trends mean
and how we might apply them as marketers. So again, opportunities
outside of the classroom leveraging all of the
experts and connections that we as a club have
and our professors have. Some other ways that both
First Years and Seconds Years learn outside the classroom
include what we call Week In Cities. Every year a group of students
travel up to New York and, well usually it’s New York. It can be other locations. To visit different companies
in a condensed week. So this year they’re going to
places like Pepperidge Farm and We Work and Google and Co:Collective, a couple of different CPG companies, really to get a sense of
what it’s like to work in that environment and
also to have the opportunity to network and to learn
from industry experts who might not be able to travel to Durham. So for example Pepperidge Farm always does a fantastic presentation
about food chemistry, which I know I personally
thoroughly enjoyed last year and it was a lot of fun. So that’s another
opportunity of how we learn. We also have what’s
called the Brand Challenge where every, different
teams of First Years, four to five people will represent a brand and bring it to life at a Fuqua Friday. If you haven’t heard of Fuqua Friday, it’s every Friday, school provides dinner and drinks and it’s a great opportunity to just hang out with
friends in a casual way and so we have about between
five to 10 different booths and First Years are
bringing to life a product and engaging with the community and it’s a ton of fun and last year we both
represented a product and then had the opportunity
to speak with the brand manager from Coca
Cola and work with him and get his feedback and
talk to him about the segment and the target audience and
the challenges that his team was actually facing in real time. So it was a great opportunity
to learn kind of by doing. And then lastly, we do
have case competitions. We hold one internally and
then the winner will go to the Elite 8 Case Competition and the second place is
probably going to go to some other competitions
around the country. So again, lots of opportunities
for both Second Years and First Years to learn
outside of the classroom and to stay on top of industry
trends and innovations. And then yeah so the
last thing to talk about, we talked about how we help interview, help First Years learn
interviewing frameworks, how students learn
outside of the classroom and then Tom’s going to talk about sponsors a little bit more. – Thanks McKenzie. (laughs) The Case Competition
that McKenzie mentioned is an outstanding experience. I had the opportunity to
participate in it last year and myself and a group
went up to Minnesota to compete in the Elite 8 and just one of the
cool experiences to get to build relationships with
others in the Marketing Club, along with all those other areas that McKenzie talked about. In terms of sponsors, this is an area that
we’re extremely proud of. It keeps the Marketing Club running so thank you to all of our sponsors. In terms of who the sponsors are, our diamond sponsor this
year is General Motors. They’ve invested a lot of
time and energy into Fuqua. They’ve just been outstanding. Our gold sponsors are Hershey and Dell and then we have a
bunch of silver sponsors which involve P&G, Clorox,
Coca Coca, Frito Lay, Mars, Mars Pet Care, Mars
Chocolate, Kraft Heinz, Tyson Foods. A lot of those are CPG companies but we are putting a lot of
focus on broadening ourselves beyond just a CPG focus. Dell is a new sponsor this year and is investing a lot of time and energy. Like I said, General Motors
is also a big sponsor. One of the ways that the sponsors engage is through our Marketing Symposium which is our flagship event
that happens in September which is when all the symposiums are. There’s a finance symposium,
a consulting symposium. Ours this year was
talking about innovation and how do brands expand
by leveraging innovation. As I mentioned, General
Motors was our diamond sponsor this year. They actually brought a Camaro
down and parked it outside of Fuqua for students to get visibility to and that was a pretty cool experience. – It was a lot of fun. It looked like a Hot Wheels car. – I didn’t get to drive it unfortunately. – Yeah. – But that’s our Marketing Symposium. It’s an all-day event. It’s the first event where
students get exposure to these companies and get to
learn more about marketing. The next type of event is what
we call Corporate Education and that happens typically
in the November timeframe where all of these sponsors
come back to campus for different types of events
and educate our Marketing Club students on different
aspects of marketing. So for example, Hershey will
come down and do a seasonal marketing event where they’ll
teach you how to market across the different seasons. Last year Zillow came
and did a focused session on Facebook advertising. Another cool one is Frito. So Frito will come down and
take us to Dollar General and Kroger and all these
different retail channels and show us how Frito displays
its chips on the shelves. So there’s all these cool opportunities where sponsors do come back to campus and teach us more about what’s happening in the marketing space and
how to be best prepared for your interviews as
well as your internships. Another cool event P&G hosts
is interactive case studies. So students will learn
what it’s like to be a brand manager. They’ll, I think last year
they gave us a case on Olay and they said we have a new
competitor that’s coming out that’s going to put pressure on Olay. What do you do? And we broke into teams
and we brainstormed and then we pitched it back
to the P&G representatives. So there’s all these cool
events that our sponsors engage with Fuqua on throughout the fall to help educate us more on marketing. It’s particularly good for someone like me who came from consulting. I really didn’t have a
marketing background at all. So there’s all these types of events, both internally without sponsors but also with our external
sponsors that help students get really prepared to enter into the marketing functional space. It looks like questions
are starting to come in. So yeah let’s just take a look here. – Yeah, keep ’em coming. I know I saw one question and just kind of building
off of what Tom said, he came from a non-marketing background and so some of these learning
opportunities on campus like the Brand Challenge
and these case competitions help you build up your marketing knowledge so that you’re really
prepared for your interviews and for your internships. Another thing that we do is
that like Tom mentioned earlier the interview prep series called MILE will help you a lot and
what’s fantastic I think about business school in general, is that recruiters aren’t
necessarily looking for candidates who have marketing backgrounds. They’re interested in
people who have a diverse set of experiences and
they understand that a lot of people come to business
school to maybe pivot their careers and so
one of the things that the Marketing Club does
is we help you answer those questions that are going to come up. So for example, for a marketing
company, they are probably always going to ask you tell
me about a time you dealt an ambiguous situation. So whether or not you have
a marketing background, you’ve definitely dealt
with an ambiguous situation and these companies just
want to see how you responded to that and want to make
sure that in their marketing organization, you’ll be able to respond in a professional manner. So absolutely possible for
career switchers to come into marketing from different industries. What other questions have we gotten? – So we’ll just hit a couple of these. You can vote on questions as an FYI and that’ll bring it to
the top of the list here to make sure we get to your question. So for example, one was how do I get, it just disappeared but
how do I get more involved with alumni? So my recommendation would
be to, a couple things. You can look on LinkedIn
and search for Fuqua and you can potentially
find folks that work at specific companies. If you want to talk to any
of us that are here at Fuqua, the best bet is to go to our website and submit the Contact
Us form and we’ll get an email notification and we’ll reach out and we’re happy to talk. – Another question that somebody asked is kind of two different
questions combining them. Does the Marketing Club
collaborate with other groups on campus and then somebody
asked whether there are opportunities to recruit
with different sports and entertainment companies? And so the answer to both of those is yes. What is great is that we have other clubs like the Media, Entertainment
and Sports Club, we have the Retail and Luxury Brands Club, even the Tech Club, and
the Health Care Club. You know there’s all this
overlap with marketing and we definitely recognize that. We actually have a team
that is responsible for cross industry collaboration
and communication and we try to tailor our
activities so that they can work with these other opportunities. So for example, when we go to
New York for Week In Cities, students can go to our event one day, they can go to the Media,
Entertainment and Sports Club the next day, maybe the
Retail and Luxury Club the day before, all in New York and so you have the opportunity
to kind of create your own experience across the
clubs, depending on what you are most interested in and focused on. These other clubs like Tech
Club also have interview prep series and so a lot of
students will come to both ours and the Tech Club
or the Health Care Club and then they create their own experience that is very tailored to tech marketing or healthcare marketing. So we definitely work
with these other clubs, coordinate with them and there
are lots of opportunities to recruit outside of CPG
or outside of the sponsors that Tom mentioned. – Along those same lines,
there was a question here about interacting with start-ups
in the Research Triangle area and does the club provide
any support in coordinating those types of interactions? The club itself actually
we don’t get super involved in the start-up scene however
I can attest that Fuqua in and of itself has a
strong presence in the Research Triangle area so
separate from the Marketing Club I participated in P4E
which stands for Program for Entrepreneurs during
my First Year last year and Fuqua and Duke, big
Duke has an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center
that’s located a little bit off campus but it’s an outstanding center. The gentleman that runs it
is extremely high energy and has more contacts
than you can imagine. So there is a extremely strong
presence of entrepreneurship at Fuqua that I can attest to and even though the
Marketing Club itself doesn’t facilitate that interaction,
trust me there is plenty of people here that we
could connect you with to have those types of conversations. – Yeah and somebody’s
asking about if there are opportunities to learn
about the latest digital marketing trends? Absolutely, that’s part of
kind of the Marketing Monday experience where we bring
in different speakers and again collaborate with professors to highlight people who
are experts in the field so we have, we’re going to
have somebody speak about Amazon and kind of his
experience working there and the digital trends from that, from the retail perspective. We have some recorded webinars
from my previous company with consumer insights about
how different consumers engage online. So a lot of opportunities there. Definitely part of kind of
that outside of the classroom learning experience that
we mentioned earlier. And then it seems like somebody
asked about concentrations. I think, you know, when
you’re in business school, at least from my perspective,
concentrations don’t seem to matter as much as
they did in undergrad. So in undergrad if you
were a marketing major or if you were you know,
a public policy major, it dictated a lot more of your course work and what you wanted to do. I personally, coming from
a marketing background, don’t really mind if I have
a marketing concentration or not. I just want to take the
classes that are going to accel my learning and that are
not going to be duplicative of my previous experiences. So I might end up with a
marketing concentration or I might not. Just depending on the classes that I think are going to give me the best experience and so again, concentrations
I think can be helpful but it’s more about the overall experience rather than the individual concentrations. – Yeah and just to add on to that, if you think about like what type, the concentration is essentially
a focus on specific types of classes as McKenzie mentioned and if we take that one step further, whatever classes you end up
taking will end up supporting whatever marketing path you
tend to go down after school. So I can give a little bit
of a variety of the types of marketing roles that
students will tend to go into and how those vary. So for example, there’s
the typical, your generic or typical CPG brand manager
and the types of roles that those, that type
of role you go into it as a associate brand manager
and that’s at like Coca Cola, Hershey, Clorox, Frito Lay,
your consumer product goods companies and that path,
you’re essentially, when you become a brand manager
which is three to five years after graduation, you’re
in charge of that brand. So when I worked at Hershey, the brand manager for Reese’s
had a total accountability for Reese’s and what that
means is they call the shots as it relates to that brand. They were accountable to Sales. So they’re working with
their advertising agencies, they’re working with R&D, they’re working with innovation teams, they’re working with operations, they’re working with all these different cross-functional teams and
based off how the business is doing so they’re trying
to figure out which products they need to launch in the future, they’re figuring out how their
current product’s performing. So they’re looking at
numbers week over week and figuring out how sales
are doing across the board. So that’s your typical
like brand management role and both of those
concentrations have classes that support that type of role. If you go down the tech path, there’s a variety of
different marketing roles that could exist in the tech space. You’ll hear the terms product management and you’ll hear the
terms product marketing. Some roles will be
heavily product focused. So for example, if you’re
working on a tech product, you’re responsible for interacting between the customers themselves, the engineers and the sales teams and
you have accountability for like what features
and functionality exist with that product. Most of the time at a
tech company, they’ll be separate groups that will
interact with agencies and do the overall
marketing and advertising and your focus as a
marketer is strictly in what does the product
do, how does it perform? So it’s much more I would
say, product centric, versus having accountability
for the end to end spectrum. As a marketer in a tech
company, you do have that flexibility to move around
into those different roles but it’s slightly different than that role that I described from a CPG perspective. Also in both types of companies, there could be marketing strategy roles. So you’re focused on what’s
happening in five to 10 years down the line and that’s probably more
market analysis, competitor analysis, game theory, where
should we invest our time and energy versus the day-to-day activity of managing a business. So marketing can take you in
all these different directions and the concentrations
essentially Fuqua creates those to help like as McKenzie
said, put some shape around what types of classes
might be of interest to you if you have specific focus
areas across that spectrum. So hopefully that adds a
little bit more context. I know that there was another
question in here about like what types of leadership
activities does the club provide to First Years? I would say the club provides
a variety of leadership both for First Years and for Second Years. So I’ll kind of take
you through the journey. Right now our club has
about 20 or so First Years and about 12 Second Years. – The cabinet. – The cabinet itself, yeah. The club overall has like 100 plus. – Yeah. – But the cabinet basically
is responsible for executing everything that we just
described earlier today and what it looks like from a First Year, there’s a variety of
different roles like I said. There’s 20 different
individuals helping right now. I’ll just give a couple offhand so two people are helping
support Week In Cities. So they’re completely in
charge of bringing 20 to 30 Marketing Club students
up to New York City and coordinating with all
those different companies to execute all the logistics
around taking people to another city and showing them around to all these companies. There’s another individual
who’s responsible for blogging. So they’re going to write
a couple blogs for the club over the course of the
year to help highlight the Marketing Club out
to external students that are interested in attending. There’s somebody that’s
responsible for our newsletter. So they write the newsletter
that we send out to students every week giving them
information about the club and where they can get involved. So I would say most of the
activity as a First Year could either be supporting Second Years or actually having full ownership yourself and then I think as you
move into Second Year, obviously McKenzie and
I are the co-Presidents. I think that provides an
outstanding opportunity for leadership. We are having conversations
all the time of how can we most effectively manage
the team, how do we design the organization, like
do we need this role, do we need this role, how
do these roles interact, how do we as a partnership
interact with each other. So you’re learning about
the tangibles of like organizational design
but also the intangibles of human behavior and how you
communicate with each other, how do you delegate work,
what if somebody isn’t doing something that we need to
be done, or moving the club in the right direction. How do we have those conversations? So there’s a lot of cool
opportunities to gain leadership experience as both a First
Year and a Second Year. I don’t know if you have
any other thoughts on that. – Yeah just transformational
opportunities. Fuqua’s big on, this is a
transformational experience, not a transactional experience and these opportunities,
like being involved in a club really are transformational and give additional opportunities to
get feedback from a variety of people on your leadership
style, your communication style and then also just
your ability to execute and your ability to work with sponsors and external relations
and things like that. So again, both, First
Years have the opportunity to jump straight in to some
different leadership roles, Second Years are carrying a
little bit more of the weight but are happy to do so
given that First Year is particularly busy and
it’s a great opportunity to get involved in Team Fuqua. – Another question here,
does the club travel for client projects and/or competitions? So we talked a little bit about this. I’m happy to go a little
bit more detailed. So the club itself as it
relates to client projects doesn’t necessarily get involved, however there is a program
at Duke called FCCP which is Fuqua Client
Consulting Practicum I think. (laughs) But it’s essentially a
consulting engagement. Had a lot of classmates
that did it last year. You get a project in the,
I think November to January time frame and you work
on that project throughout the entire spring and
there’s marketing projects within the scope of those
types of engagements. There was one that reached out to us, an individual that works
at Nike is looking to grow the brand, a particular brand
that they’re working on. So that’s a really cool
experience that we got. And the Marketing Club
helps to promote those. In terms of the case
competitions, we mentioned it a little bit, some more specifics. So we actually hosted our
internal case competition last week which was
sponsored by General Motors. The case was given to students on a Friday and they had a week to execute the case. It was teams of four to five people. They presented back to
GM their recommendations which was a 20 minute presentation followed by 10 minutes of Q and A and then as McKenzie mentioned, the winners of that case
competition will get sent to Michi-, Minnesota to participate in the Carlson School of
Management brand challenge, which I participated in last year. We got the case there, I
think it was a Thursday night and then we get 48 hours
straight to execute this case which was sponsored by another company. So that was just a really cool experience. You’re working around
the clock, get to present in front of a group of individuals. So yeah, that’s just a
little bit more info on client projects as well
as case competitions. – And just to build off of
that, again we have fantastic relations with our professors and many of them are
conducting outside research when they’re not teaching and they have an extensive network and so there’s always
opportunities to tap in to additional projects or mentored studies if that’s of interest to you, not something that we
necessarily do all together as a club but there are
plenty of those opportunities if that’s something
that you really want to put your time into. So I think that’s all the
questions we have right Tom? Any more? I think we’ve addressed, yeah. – It looks like there’s
no other new questions coming in. We’ll give it a minute
here and chit chat about random stuff. If you have other questions, feel free to submit them right now and
we’re happy to answer them. If you don’t have questions, just a reminder, the best
way to get in contact with the Marketing Club is through our website. You can Google it, it’s like
DukeMBAMarketingClub.com I believe. So you’ll find our website,
there’s a Contact Us form where you can reach out to us and talk to other individuals. As we mentioned earlier in the call, my name is Tom, worked at
Hershey over the summer, going back into tech to work
at Dell in a marketing role next summer. – And I’m McKenzie. I worked at Mars in their pet care office and yeah, absolutely loved it. So really happy that we
had this opportunity here to speak with you all to
answer your questions. If you have any other
questions, just reach out. You can also talk to the Admissions team. They’re fantastic and have
a lot of answers as well. So hopefully we will
see you guys on campus for interviews and for
future events at Fuqua and as students. So thank you. – Thank you guys.

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